We are located just a few steps away from the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge and just a short stroll from the famous Jewish Quarter and the fairytale Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral.
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Golden Prague Hotel managed by Fairmont sits comfortably in the heart of central Prague and overlooks the tranquil Vltava River. Located on the sophisticated Parizka Street, the hotel places visitors a short walk away from the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge and other attractions that showcase Prague at its best.
Lined with sophisticated boutiques and elegant Art Nouveau buildings, classy Parizska Street is the go-to place in Prague for luxurious shopping. This prestigious street is particularly noted for the high-end fashion brands located there including Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Gucci, Burberry, Prada and Tod's.
The Maisel Synagogue stands in the city’s Jewish Quarter and was built in 1592, originally as a Renaissance temple with three naves. Today boasting a Neo-Gothic architectural form, the synagogue houses a collection of rare objects and visitors can browse through old Hebrew manuscripts. In the evenings, the exhibition area transforms into a venue for concerts, solo theatre performances and recitals. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.
The beautiful Old Town Square has been the city’s main public square since the 10th century and provides a venue for a range of activities and events. From performances by busking jazz bands to open-air concerts, fashion shows and Easter or Christmas markets — events in the square take place under the watchful eye of the statue of the 15th-century religious reformer Jan Hus.
Dating back to the 14th century, Tyn Church offers a unique architectural blend of Gothic architecture on the outside and Baroque architecture on the inside. The church’s north portal is decorated with a tympanum depicting the Crucifixion, while the altar features paintings by the Baroque Czech painter Karel Škréta.
The photogenic Astronomical Clock in Prague's Old Town is one of Europe’s most famous attractions. Chiming for 45 seconds on the hour between 9 am and 9 pm, the features of this much-loved historic Astronomical Clock are packed with symbolism, including representation of the most heartfelt anxieties of Prague citizens back in the 15th century.
The Neo-Renaissance building of the Rudolfinum sits on the banks of the Vltava River and was built between 1876 and 1884. This multi-purpose cultural center is the seat of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the superb acoustics of the building’s Dvořák Hall have made the Rudolfinum one of the main venues of the Prague Spring Festival. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.
Lined with beautiful statues, Charles Bridge crosses the Vltava River and is one of Prague’s most beloved landmarks. This atmospheric bridge is particularly stunning at dawn, with its lamps glowing and the sun still to rise. The bridge even has its own official museum.
St Nicholas Church, in the Old Town square, plays host to one of the finest church interiors in Prague. This is thanks to the church’s splendid chandelier, donated by Russian Tsar Alexander the 2nd to the Orthodox Church in 1880, and to the frescoes, stucco decoration and statues.
Castle Dating back to the 9th century and standing proud above the left bank of the Vltava River, Prague Castle dominates as the seat of Czech monarchs. The residence of various rulers throughout the centuries, this large, ancient castle and UNESCO World Heritage site enjoys a magnificent blend of architectural styles.
The large, verdant Letná Park sits nonchalantly on Letná Hill and rewards visitors with a mesmerizing view over the city. The giant metronome in the park replaces a statue of the former Soviet leader Josef Stalin. Today, the area around the park is a popular location with tourists and people seeking an elegant place for a picnic. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.
The National Theatre is one of the main symbols of Czech national identity and enjoys a tradition that spans over 130 years. Comprising four artistic companies and managing four stages, as an institution they perform not only classical titles and Czech works, but also contemporary international pieces. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.
Bearing a resemblance to the famous Eiffel Tower and built with 299 steps, the Petřín Tower offers inspiring views of the city. At the top of the tower you can take in Prague’s spires and other features and, on a clear day, even see the forests of Central Bohemia. Image courtesy of Wikipedia.